NEEP's Heating Electrification Initiative is made possible through the engagement and support of key actors across the heat pump market. Current participants include regional, national, and Canadian interests spanning government, manufacturers, distributors and installers, service providers, program designers, national labs and research institutes, consultants, consumers, advocates, and other interested stakeholders.  

NEEP invites interested stakeholders to join the Initiative through an annual subscription program for 2023.

To subscribe to NEEP’s Heating Electrification Initiative, complete an on-line registration form. A NEEP staff member will follow up promptly.

Initiative subscribers receive the following benefits:

  • Enhanced access to ccASHP Product List that includes documented products that meet specific technical requirements. Access includes unlimited downloads with reported product performance information.
  • Invitation to participate in NEEP’s heating electrification working groups, advisory committee, and sub-committees on a regular basis to share relevant updates and contribute to the development of NEEP resources/tools.
  • Initiative updates and reports on topics, including early access to NEEP reports prior to full publishing. 
  • Information and Iinvitations to NEEP events and webinars, including the Heating Electrification Workshop and NEEP Summit.
  • Technical expertise, including prioritized responses regarding questions about heating electrification technologies, technical requirements, and other issues related to initiative activities. 
  • Program and policy tracker updates reflecting the latest heating electrification program requirements and policy developments in the region.
  • Visibility and name recognition on the NEEP website to reflect your shared commitment to transforming the HVAC and water heating markets.


2024 NEEP Heating Electrification Subscription Fee

State Partnership Subscription 




Contact the NEEP team at for more information.

Program Administrator Subscription

(i.e. utility or government programs not part of a state partnership)

Program budget <$10MProgram budget $10M-$100MProgram budget > $100M



Industry Subscription

(i.e. non-profits, manufacturers, service providers, consultants, trade associations)1

Non-profit, Small Business (<20 employees)Standard Industry 


Individual ASHP Installers/Distributors/Community-Based Campaigns/Clean Energy Advocacy Organizations/Grant Providers2No cost

Use of the ccASHP Product List for ASHP program administration will require a program administrator or state partnership subscription

2 Federal agencies or foundations that provide grant support for NEEP's ASHP Initiative can apply for subscription at no cost.


Thank you to our 2024 subscribers for your support:

Abode Energy ManagementGovernment of YukonPuget Sound Energy (PSE)
Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD)Green Communities CanadaReThink Energy NJ
Action Inc. Energy ServicesGreen Energy MechanicalRG&E
Affordable Energy RatingsHeatSmart AllianceRheem Manufacturing Company
Air Purchases, Inc.HomansRhode Island Energy
AND Sheetmetal Corp.HVAC Care Plus, Inc.Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources
AvangridHydro-QuebecRocky Mountain Institute (RMI)
Batelle - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)iHVACR, LLCRutgers Center for Green Building
BC HydroInnovation Network for Communities (INC)Samsung HVAC America
Bonneville Power Administration (BPA)Lennox InternationalSigma-Tremblay HVAC
Bruce Harley Energy Consulting LLCLG ElectronicsSlipstream (ex WECC, Seventhwave)
Building Decarbonization CoalitionLiberty UtilitiesSuburban HVAC
Cape Light CompactMassachusetts Clean Energy Center (Mass CEC)Tekair Mechanical Corp
Carrier UTCMassachusetts Department of Energy Resources (MA DOER)The Atmospheric Fund (TAF)
Central HudsonMessner HVACThe Tick Tock Group
City of BeverlyMestekTrane Technologies
Clean Nova Scotia FoundationMinnesota Center for Energy and Environment (MN CEE)U.S. Department of Energy (US DOE)
Cold Climate Housing Research Center (CCHRC)Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & HeatingU.S. Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA)
Con EdisonMuirfield MechanicalUnited Illuminating Company (UI)
Concord Municipal Light PlantNational GridUnitil (UES)
Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CT DEEP)Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)Upper Peninsula Power Company (UPPCO)
Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory AuthorityNew Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJ BPU)Vermont Energy Investment Corporation (VEIC)
Daikin North AmericaNew York State Energy Research & Development Agency (NYSERDA)Wabash Valley Power Alliance (WVPA)
Distributor Corporation of New EnglandNortheast Heating & CoolingXcel Energy
District of Columbia Sustainable Energy (DCSEU)Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA) 
EcoRebatesNorthWestern Energy 
Efficiency VermontNova 1 
Emerson Swan Inc.NYSEG 
Energy Trust of OregonOrange & Rockland 
EnergysmithsOtter Tail Power Company 
EversourcePeople's Action for Clean Energy 
Fresh EnergyPowrmatic of Canada Ltd. 
Friedrich Air Conditioning, LLCPSD Consulting 
Fujitsu General America, Inc.PSE&G NJ 
GE Appliances, a Haier Co.PSEG LI 




























































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